I have a little obsession with wallpaper, so many different designs and colors, I want to use it in every room.  So, how do I do that without looking like a fabric store on my walls?  Here are some great design tips on how and where to use wallpaper you love.

1. Wallpaper can look like the real thing, whether it’s faux wood or faux brick, create your dream space by faking it.  I just loved this enchanted forrest look for a playroom or child’s room.  Not to mention the furry friends poring out of the (fake)  fire place is super cool.

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2. Placement is everything so think beyond the wall! The back of bookcases to show a little color or the side of drawers of dressers.  The idea of color peaking out when the drawer is open is fabulous. Love!

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3. Use just a little for color.  I tend to get caught up in wallpapering the entire room and use solid bedding and flooring. Although, I loved how this nursery had to work with the short walls and slanted ceiling.  The small wall of wallpaper opened up the room and made it feel bigger, not to mention it did a great job adding in color!

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4.  Design make believe places and things.  I fell in love with this play house created by wallpaper, some accessories, and a lot of imagination.  What a perfect way for your kids to imagine play, from castles to houses. The ideas of endless!

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About Tracy

Tracy Wild has over 15 years experience in the children’s industry from working behind the scenes at Ralph Lauren children’s wear and DKNY Kids. Before moving to North Carolina, Tracy helped manage the Connecticut Bellini showroom, doing buying and running their online boutique, the bean’s closet. She is also a mom to Julia and Max.
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